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Robert Engle

Economics Nobel Laureate 2003

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James Heckman

Economics Nobel Laureate 2000

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Robert Merton

Economics Nobel Laureate 1997

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James Mirrlees

Economics Nobel Laureate 1996

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Robert Mundell

Economics Nobel Laureate 1999

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Edmund Phelps

Economics Nobel Laureate 2006

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Edward Prescott

Economics Nobel Laureate 2004

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Robert Solow

Economics Nobel Laureate 1987

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Michael Spence

Economics Nobel Laureate 2001

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Joseph Stiglitz

Economics Nobel Laureate 2001

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Where does the Nobels Colloquia concept come from?

The Nobels Colloquia was born in the year 2000 of an idea of Giovanni Battista Vescovo, President and CEO of Promostudio International Consultants, and of the Nobel Laureate Franco Modigliani, at the time President of the ISEO Institute; the aim was to create a forum and an opportunity for big names of the international industrial and academical worlds to meet, together with Nobel Laureates and world reknown economists.

The event concept is drawn from one of Edgar Morin's thoughts: Challenging Ideas for a Common Destiny.
Over the two working days of the event, some of the best scholars in economics meet up and debate over the latest topics concerning the World Economy, so as to lay the foundations for a macro as well as a micro economic analysis and to strive for the search of new solutions to the main problems that markets globalization, economy financialisation and crises that sweep both the Eastern and Western worlds pose.
Since 2002, such an open forum has been coupled with an executive education session of an European wide level, which tries to build a bridge between those main subject matters pertaining to management and those pertaining to economics. The very same aim is at the base of the creation - still in 2002 - of the Prize for Leadership on Business and Economic Thinking, which is awarded during the event, so as to underscore the importance of mutual recognition as well as dialogue between economics and management.
The Prize gets awarded by a jury made of the organizers as well as the promoters of the event, which can also count on the advice of former winners.

Winners of previous editions are:

  • 2002 - Richard Normann
  • 2003 - Edward de Bono
  • 2004 - Robert Kaplan
  • 2005 - C. K. Prahalad
  • 2006 - Philip Kotler
  • 2007 - Jonas Ridderstrale
Some of the Nobel Laureates in Economics who joined the event in our past editions are Maurke Allais, Milton Friedman, Lawrance Klein, James J. Heckman, Daniel McFadden, Robert Merton, James Mirrlees, Franco Modigliani, Robert Mundell, Myron Scholes, Robert Solow, Joseph Stiglitz, Robert Fogel, Reinhard Selten, John Nash, Michael Spence, Betty Williams, Gary Becker, Edward Prescott and Amartya Sen.

Nobels Colloquia also hosted some of the brightest International Economists, such as Alberto Alesina, Allen Sinai and Robert Wescott as well as management gurus of the like of Edward de Bono, Michael J. Spendolini and Renato Tagiuri.


Our 2007 edition had the pleasure to count on the 2007 Nobel Laureate Eric Maskin among its speakers.

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